The environmental scan sources used for this study were widespread (see Appendix C for a complete description of sources used). In brief, the environmental scan included web sites of HIEOs and participating health care systems with participating LTPAC/LTSS providers (e.g., ONC sponsored Challenge and Beacon community grantees); materials provided by key informants and expert project advisors; information including reports on initiatives to promote the adoption of HIT to facilitate electronic HIE;28 state, federal, and other web sites of initiatives and programs that support care coordination and transitions such as the Standards and Interoperability (S&I) framework; and information on CMS programs, rules, and funding initiatives that support new models of care and that include LTPAC/LTSS care. All literature review and environmental scan sources are cited and listed in the bibliography, and were used to summarize key findings.
28. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. Update on the adoption of health information technology and related efforts to facilitate the electronic use and exchange of health information. Washington, DC: Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology; 2013.
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